Healing herbs reference database Naturopathic & Chinese Medicine Herbal Shadows American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA) Healthy News and Information by MICHAEL EDWARDS Parasites are more common than most people realize. There are many different kinds. Internally, there’s a pretty good chance that you and a third of the people you know have them. If we consider the possibility that there are many common parasites that we are as of yet unaware of, most of us could be suffering from them. If you want to take it a step further and consider candida a parasite (most don’t group them together, but candida does fit the description), then it could be argued that most people in the world suffer from adverse health effects due to parasites. We use the word herb loosely here, it should really read “Foods, herbs, other things you can eat to kill parasites.” Garlic Garlic is anti-bad-stuff. Black Walnut-Nuts & Hull The nuts and green hulls of black walnut (Juglans nigra) are loved by herbalists for their ability to cleanse the blood and the intestines. Wormwood Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a perennial herb with tiny yellow-green flowers. Cloves
ABC Homeopathy Homeopathic Remedies for Most Common Symptoms ABC Homeopathy is a practical guide that helps you to find the appropriate homeopathic remedy for most common symptoms. First, I recommend you to identify clearly what your symptoms are and choose the most appropriate remedy according to the description. Below you can find a list of usual complaints, symptoms and the suggested homeopathic remedies. Abdominal Cramps -Sudden abdominal cramp, and you feel better with warm patches, bending or laying down and stretching your feet. Take Colocynthis 6C or C9, 5 globulin every time the cramp appears. -Abdominal cramp similar to colocynthis but related to Menstruation. or C6. Acne -If beginning in nose area, painful, symmetric places of eruption. or C6, 2X5. -Inflamed and painful acne, slow healing, big and deep pimples under the skin. Once a day, tale 5 pellets. Find more natural and homeopathic remedies for Acne here Amniocentesis Test Taking an amniocentesis test can be a difficult decision to make. Afthus
17 of The Most Underrated Medicinal Plants In The World Many people are finally becoming acquainted with how plants such as cannabis are effective medicinally. Others are very familiar with the healing abilities of garlic, spinach, ginger and of course echinacea. However, there are so many others whose medicinal potential are rarely if ever mentioned and yet rival and even exceed those mentioned above in many areas. Medicinal plants contain a wide array of chemical compounds. Human beings and plants have co-evolved for millions of years, so it makes perfect sense that our complex bodies would be adapted to absorb needed, beneficial compounds from many varieties of complex plants and ignore the rest. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Mae Chan holds degrees in both physiology and nutritional sciences.
Natural Cures - Holistic Health for People and Animals Stop! It's Not Just a Weed! Purslane Is One of the Most Unrecognized Health-Boosting Plants Purslane, also known as Portulaca oleracea, is considered a common weed to many that may even be growing in your garden right now, without your explicit invitation. It started its cultivation in India and Persia, and spread to the rest of the world. Some cultures pluck it out and throw it away with leaf clippings and other weeds, while others cultivate it specifically to eat as food. Purslane is an aesthetically attractive weed with fleshy leaves and often yellow flowers, but its health benefits are even more desirable. Powerful Seeds Grow in Many Climates The seeds of purslane are so powerful they can stay viable in land for up to 40 years – and this is a natural crop – no GMO! Often called pig weed (and it certainly would be better for your pigs than some of the GMO grain many farmers have been using to feed their livestock), Purslane has more beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids than many fish oils! Strong Anti-Oxidant Via naturalsociety.com 12 Favorite Purslane Recipes via EatLocalGrown